Indians living in Britain have been given the green light to discriminate among their own community via the “caste” system after an attempt to outlaw the practice was rejected by the British parliament.
The attempt to outlaw caste discrimination formed part of an amendment to the Orwellian “Equality Act” of 2010, and was rejected by the House of Commons in a 307 to 243 vote, with the bizarrely titled “Equalities Minister” Jo Swinson telling the house that “legislation could increase the stigma rather than ease the problem.”
In reality, of course, the rejection of the amendment was due to the underlying liberal belief that “only” whites can be guilty of “discrimination” and therefore no other group can be guilty of this activity.
“This is more an issue for India rather than for UK. I haven’t come across a single case of caste-based discrimination in UK. We are against such discrimination. The government needs to take a decision after a proper understanding of the issue and all-party dialogue,” nonwhite Member of Parliament and well-known anti-white activist Keith Vaz was quoted as saying.
The Equality Act prohibits racial discrimination, harassment, and victimization in the workplace, and the definition of “race” within the Act includes color, nationality, ethnic or national origin but does not specifically refer to caste.
The “Hindu Alliance,” which represents over one million Hindus in Britain, had vehemently opposed the proposed law, saying it would “reinforce the caste system.”
The Alliance has been quoted as saying that it “fears that this will label the Hindu community as being institutionally discriminatory” and will result in individuals applying for work or study having to identify themselves by caste for equal opportunities.
This is course exactly what is currently happening in Britain—but only to the disadvantage of white people.